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- Bartolome Ferrelo took command of the San Salvador and the other two ships and explored as far north as Cape Mendocino, where they were caught in a storm and turned back. The returned to their point of origin -- Manzanillo, Mexico -- in April 1543.
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- Bartolome Ferrelo took command of the San Salvador and the other two ships and explored as far north as Cape Mendocino, where they were caught in a storm and turned back. They returned to their point of origin — Manzanillo, Mexico — in April 1543.
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- Correction: it was Cabrillo's second-in-command, Bartolomé Ferrelo (1499-1550), who named Cape Mendocino, his captain having died en route. Thanks so much W.A.
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